Aug 24 2017
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Apr 15 2021
Hi Malik - I believe I met you at SDC last year.
Are the clustering and S2D capabilities/limits
@Mallikarjun Chadalapaka wrote:
Hi, I am Mallikarjun Chadalapaka joining this AMA, I work on Windows Server High Availability & Storage technologies.
in Nano (RS3) now same as those available in Core?
Aug 24 2017 09:45 AM
In RS3, Nano is now a container OS only. All infrastructure roles will be removed and no longer for physical or virtual machines.
Aug 24 2017 09:46 AM - edited Aug 25 2017 12:19 PM
Nano starting Windows Server, version 1709 (aka RS3) is targeted for containers only. Please see this blog post that explains the context:
As such, in Windows Server, version 1709 release, Server Core is the OS you want to use for platform technologies like clustering and S2D.